Vox, whose AC30 amp was instrumental in the British invasion, introduces the MINI5 Rhythm, a new portable modeling amp with built-in rhythm patterns. Now available in ivory, the MINI5 Rhythm IV is a portable, light-weight, battery powered amp with built-in rhythm functionality. It has been accepted as an industry standard in mini amps.


Amp model:

11 types


8 types


99 patterns


40–240 bpm

Tuner detection range:

E1–E6 (41.2 Hz–1318.5 Hz)

Audio Outputs:

Headphones x 1

Audio Inputs:

INPUT x 1, MIC IN x 1, AUX IN x 1,

Power amp output:

Maximum approx. 5 W RMS @4 ?


6.5 inch 4?

A/D, D/A conversion:

24 bit

Sampling frequency:

44.1 kHz

Power supply:

AC Adapter (included), Six AA-size /LR6 alkaline batteries

Battery life

Maximum 19.5 hours at 0.1W,

Maximum 17 hours at 1.5W

Maximum 12 hours at 5W

Current consumption:

160 mA

Dimensions (W x D x H):

269 x 179 x 267 mm / 10.59 x 7.05 x 10.51 inches


3.5 kg / 7.72 lbs. (not including battery)

Color Variations:

Ivory (MINI5-RM-IV)


AC adapter (DC 12V ), Strap

Specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice for improvement.

About Vox

Founded in Dartford England, Vox is most famous for making the Vox AC30 guitar amplifier and the Vox Continental electric organ. The AC30 was instrumental in helping produce the sound of the British Invasion and was used by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks and the Yardbirds, among others. AC30s were later used by Brian May of Queen, Paul Weller of The Jam, Rory Gallagher, TheEdge of U2 and Radiohead guitarists Thom Yorke, Paul Collins, Jonny Greenwood and Ed O’Brien. The Vox AC30 has been used by many other artists including Mark Knopfler, Hank Marvin Pete Townshend, Ritchie Blackmore, John Scofield, Snowy White, Will Sergeant, Tom Petty, Mike Campbell,Peter Buck, Justin Hayward, Mike Nesmith, Peter Tork, Noel Gallagher, Matthew Bellamy, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez and Dustin Kensrue. More information on Vox may be obtained at http://www.voxamps.com/